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The third devastating fire to hit Randolph's downtown in seven months broke out at 5:15 p.m. on July 6, 1992. The Herald had just gone to press with their weekly edition when Eddy saw smoke and started shooting. He would be photographing Randolph's worst fire of the century for the next nine hours. Here, later that evening, Randolph Center fireman Al Floyd deployed trucks and firefighters on Main Street. (©2018 R.M.Eddy)